Definition of Cicatrization

1. n. The process of forming a cicatrix, or the state of being cicatrized.



Definition of Cicatrization

1. Noun. (medicine) The process of forming a cicatrix; the state of being cicatrized. ¹

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Definition of Cicatrization

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Medical Definition of Cicatrization

1. 1. The process of scar formation. 2. The healing of a wound otherwise than by first intention. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cicatrization

cicatricle
cicatricles
cicatricotomy
cicatricula
cicatricule
cicatrisation
cicatrise
cicatrised
cicatrising
cicatrisive
cicatrix
cicatrixes
cicatrizant
cicatrizants
cicatrization (current term)
cicatrization atelectasis
cicatrizations
cicatrize
cicatrized
cicatrizes
cicatrizing
cicatrose
cicelies
cicely
cicerone
cicerones
ciceroni
ciceros
cichlid

Literary usage of Cicatrization

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1. A Manual of medical jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor, John J. Reese (1880)
"cicatrization OF WOUNDS.—EVIDENCE FROM CICATRICES. ... cicatrization of wounds.—The time at which a particular wound was inflicted may become a medico-legal ..."

2. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1919)
"X. A GENERAL EQUATION FOR THE LAW OF cicatrization OF SURFACE WOUNDS. BY P. LECOMTE DU NOUY, D.Sc. (From the Laboratories of The Rockefeller Institute for ..."

3. Medical jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor, Edward Hartshorne (1861)
"cicatrization of wounds—The period of time at which a particular ... cicatrization is complete abont the twelfth or fifteenth day, when the wound is simple, ..."

4. The Principles and Practice of Medical Jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1873)
"cicatrization is complete about the twelfth or fifteenth day if the wound is ... Он the extent ; a deep or wide wound is long in undergoing cicatrization. ..."

5. The Principles and Practice of Surgery by John Ashhurst (1882)
"Granulation and cicatrization.—The repair of an ulcer is a very interesting process. The ulcer contracts, while its surface becomes elevated above the edges ..."

6. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1853)
"[When, by favourable cicatrization, the size of a large ulcer of the leg has been considerably reduced, the sore sometimes remains particularly obstinate. ..."

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